Honeymoon Island is a flat sand bank that was recently created by the wind dragging sand inside Aitutaki Lgoon, in the tiny Pacific territory of the Cook Islands. The sandbank is populated by a few bushes and several palm trees grown from the coconuts planted by the many couples that make the trip down here as a sign of their eternal love. The whole island can be walked in fifteen minutes and reached by a 45 minutes boat ride from Vaipae, Aitutaki's main town. It is said that couples used to come here to get married, hence the name. There are various arch-like structures made of bamboo and local flowers under which couples exchange their vows. 7) Aileen from I am Aileen: White Beach, Boracay, Philippines
If there's one word to describe Ned's Beach, it will be Paradise. One of the most beautiful and pristine beaches you will probably ever see. With feeding school of fish by your own good hands as an added activity, Ned's beach is also one of the most entertaining beaches on this island. Sadly, camping is not allowed on anywhere on this island!